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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
DIGITAL SOUND RECORDER
Model ICR-XPS01MF
En
English
ICR-XPS01M
Sample music is stored in the MUSIC (M) folder.
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  • Page 1 INSTRUCTION MANUAL DIGITAL SOUND RECORDER Model ICR-XPS01MF English ICR-XPS01M Sample music is stored in the MUSIC (M) folder. 1AJ6P1P0093--...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Precautions …………………………… 20 Before using the unit ………… 21 Checking the accessories …………… 21 Controls ………………………………… 22 Main unit …………………………………… 22 LCD display ………………………………… 23 About backlight of buttons/touch panel…… 24 About the “OPERATION” screen ………… 25 About the operation mode and basic screen of the unit ………………………...
  • Page 3 To skip forward or backward by specified time interval ……………………………………… 73 Playback functions and settings…………… 74 Changing the playback speed ……… 76 Performing phrase playback ………… 77 Performing A-B repeat playback (segment repeat playback) ……………………… 78 Performing time search for playback… 79 About playback in the MUSIC mode …...
  • Page 4 Contents SELF TIMER ……………………………… 136 VAS………………………………………… 137 EXT INPUT ……………………………… 138 Using the playback menu PLAY MENU) …………………… 140 REPEAT…………………………………… 140 PHRASE PLAY …………………………… 141 TIME SKIP………………………………… 141 SOUND EQ ……………………………… 142 Changing the recording scene select setting………………………………… 144 Customizing a recording scene ………… 145 Restoring a recording scene to its default …………………………………...
  • Page 5 Please read this manual before use. Keep the manual in a safe place for future reference. SANYO takes no responsibility for damages or lost profits caused by the use/failure of the unit, or claims or expenses from a third party for any use.
  • Page 6 Wash hands after handling. FOR CANADIAN USERS This class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Model Number: Trade Name: Responsible Party: SANYO North America Corporation Address: Telephone No.: • This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.Operation is...
  • Page 7 The symbol mark and recycling systems described below apply to EU countries and do not apply to countries in other areas of the world. Your SANYO product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials and components which can be recycled and/or reused.
  • Page 8 Also, actual specifications are subject to change without prior notice and therefore may differ from the contents of this manual. Sanyo cannot be held responsible for damage caused by improper use or modifications to the device, or data that is lost or destroyed.
  • Page 9 CAUTIONS CONCERNING BOTH UNIT AND ACCESSORIES WARNING If a device makes a strange noise, emits a strange odor, or if smoke comes out from it, immediately turn off the power and proceed as follows • If a device is used under these conditions, it may cause a fire or electric shock.
  • Page 10 Do not get the unit wet • This unit is not water-resistant. Do not allow it to get wet, as doing so may cause a fire or electric shock. • Do not use the unit in a bathroom. • If the unit gets wet, immediately turn it off and remove the battery pack.
  • Page 11 Do not cover or wrap the unit in a cloth or blanket • It may generate heat and cause the casing to warp or cause a fire. Do not carry in trouser pockets • Doing so may cause damage when you sit down or make other movements that may apply force.
  • Page 12 Cautions concerning the power cord • Do not leave the power cord of the supplied AC adaptor plugged into an electrical outlet while the other end is not plugged into the multi-cradle. The loose end can cause electrocution if touched with wet hands or if handled by children.
  • Page 13 CAUTIONS CONCERNING THE microSD CARD CAUTION Cautions concerning the microSD card • Immediately after use, the microSD card will be very hot. Before removing the microSD card, turn off the unit and wait for the temperature to cool down. • Keep out of the reach of children.
  • Page 14 • Do not use batteries other than the specified model numbers from SANYO. Especially for safety purposes, do not use imitation products. If batteries other than the type specified are used, the batteries may generate heat, rupture, or leak and result in fire, injury, burns or damage to surroundings.
  • Page 15 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Do not throw the battery in the fire or subject it to heat • Doing so may cause the insulation to melt, damage the gas discharge valve and safety mechanisms, or ignite the battery fluid, resulting in fire or explosion. Do not drop, hit, or submit the battery to strong shocks •...
  • Page 16 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Do not peel or damage the outer casing • Damaging the outer case, inserting nails, hitting with a hammer, stepping on the battery pack, etc., may cause a short circuit inside the battery or cause the battery pack to catch fire, explode, leak or spew battery fluid, or generate heat.
  • Page 17 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Charge the battery pack before using it • Always recharge the battery pack before using it for the first time, or when using it after it has been kept in storage for a long time. During recharging, the battery pack may be warm. This is normal and does not indicate a malfunction.
  • Page 18 Cautions concerning use and storage of the rechargeable Li-ion battery pack • Do not use the battery with the outer covering or label removed, as doing so may result in malfunction. • Temperature when using: 5 to 35°C (41 to 95°F) •...
  • Page 19 FOR CORRECT USE OF THE UNIT Cautions when cleaning the unit Cleaning procedure Turn off the unit and remove the battery pack. Remove the dirt with a soft cloth. CAUTION • Do not use benzene or thinner products to clean the unit. Doing so may cause deformation, discoloration, or paint peeling.
  • Page 20: Precautions

    The symbols manual. • SANYO takes no responsibility for recording failure due to power cuts or damage to the unit. • To avoid potential risk of data loss caused by accidental operation or malfunction of the unit, we recommend that you save a backup copy of your recorded messages on a PC, etc.
  • Page 21: Before Using The Unit

    Before using the unit Checking the accessories Make sure the packing box contains the following items. Digital sound recorder Cradle Active Speaker (Multi-Cradle) (ASX-SP00X)* *1 4-pin stereo earphones such as those with remote control cannot be used with the unit. *2 ICR-XPS01MF only Stereo Earphones* microUSB cable...
  • Page 22: Controls

    Controls Main unit Built-in microphone LED light POWER/HOLD switch LCD display SCENE/GUIDE button REC button STOP button Touch panel Original I/O terminal Volume(+) Back/Phrase playback Rewind List Volume(-) External input (line)/ microphone socket Headphones socket Strap hole Speaker microUSB/microSD card slot cover microSD card slot microUSB terminal...
  • Page 23: Lcd Display

    LCD display Basic screen It is not possible to display all screens at once. File number/ Total file number Sound EQ mode Battery indicator Folder name File name Elapsed recording time (during rec) / elapsed playback time (during play or stop) Recording mode indicator (during rec or stop) / recording mode of current playback file (during play) Recording scene indicator...
  • Page 24: About Backlight Of Buttons/Touch Panel

    About backlight of buttons/touch panel If the “LED NAV” setting is “ON”, a backlight of buttons/touch panel turns on in response to the state of the unit such as recording, playback, or FM radio. Only the area that can be operated on lights up.
  • Page 25: About The "Operation" Screen

    About the “OPERATION” screen During recording, recording standby, or playback, while you keep pressing the SCENE/ GUIDE button ( ), the “OPERATION” screen appears. It shows you valid functions you can currently use and guides you on how to operate the touch panel. Screen during playback During recording During FM radio...
  • Page 26: About The Operation Mode And Basic Screen Of The Unit

    About the operation mode and basic screen of the unit You can change this unit to one of the following three modes: FM RADIO mode, RECORD mode, and MUSIC mode. Switching operation mode/folder (page 31) FM RADIO mode You can use this mode to listen to FM radio or record it on to the unit.
  • Page 27: About Files/Folders

    About files/folders Folders for recording The unit provides the following folders for storing recordings: MIC folders (A to D) for recordings made using the built-in microphone, LINE folder for line-in recordings made using an external device, and FM folder for audio files recorded from FM radio in the FM RADIO mode.
  • Page 28: Name Of Recorded File

    Name of recorded file The unit automatically assigns a file name for each recording. 001A_100320_1200.MP3 • The unit does not display file number and folder type. However, you can connect the unit to your PC and check this information from your PC. •...
  • Page 29: Music Folder

    MUSIC folder The MUSIC folder stores files such as MP3 and WMA transferred from your PC. Playback of these files is possible. By transferring CD tracks from your PC to this folder, you can use the unit as a musical player. microSD MUSIC card...
  • Page 30: Other Folders

    Folder of files transferred from your PC to the MUSIC folder After you transfer a folder of files from your PC to the MUSIC folder, the list screen shows MYLIST1 to MYLIST5 and then the folder. Therefore, tap Vol (–) on the touch panel to make sure the folder has been transferred to the unit.
  • Page 31: Switching Operation Mode/Folder

    Switching operation mode/folder Turn on the power. Turning on the power (page 36) Tap MODE. The “FOLDER/MEMORY” screen appears. Tap +/– to select an operation mode. FM RADIO: FM RADIO mode RECORD: RECORD mode MUSIC: MUSIC mode If you selected RECORD mode or MUSIC mode, tap RECORD mode A to D: Folders containing files recorded from the...
  • Page 32 The unit changes to the selected operation mode and folder. • If the FM RADIO mode is selected, the unit changes to the FM radio screen to receive FM radio. • If the RECORD mode is selected, the unit returns to the basic screen. •...
  • Page 33: Using The List Screen

    Using the list screen The list screen displays folders and files in a tree format. You can use this screen to quickly select a folder or file. Displaying a list When the basic screen appears in the RECORD mode or MUSIC mode, tapping LIST switches to the list screen.
  • Page 34: Using The List Screen

    Using the list screen To select a file or folder, you can simply tap +/– or Functions of buttons and touch panel during list display Move the highlight up. Move the highlight down. Move back up one level. Open the selected folder. Start playing the selected folder or file.
  • Page 35: Preparation

    Preparation Inserting the battery Insert the supplied lithium-ion battery in the unit. Open the battery compartment lid. Slide the battery compartment lid in the direction of the arrow. Insert the lithium-ion battery in the direction of the arrow, and then close the battery compartment lid.
  • Page 36: Turning On/Off The Power

    Turning on/off the power Turning on the power Slide the POWER/HOLD switch in the direction of the arrow. • When the power turns on, “HELLO!” appears on the screen. Then, the resume function operates to display the last operation mode selected before the power was turned off last time.
  • Page 37: Remaining Battery Power

    Remaining battery power You can check the remaining battery power from the screen. When appears, recharge the battery as soon as possible. • When the battery is low, “LOW BATTERY PLS CHARGE THE BATTERY” appears and then the screen goes off. •...
  • Page 38: Charging The Lithium-Ion Battery

    Charging the lithium-ion battery The supplied lithium-ion battery can remain in the unit while being charged from your PC or the multi-cradle. Using the multi-cradle to charge the unit (page 47) Using your PC to charge the battery (page 159) Using the unit in the AC operation mode (multi-cradle) (ICR-XPS01MF only) You can insert the unit into the supplied multi-cradle and operate it in the AC operation mode...
  • Page 39 (about 2 seconds) from the time recording stops to the time recording starts again. • SANYO takes no responsibility for damages or lost profits caused by the use/failure of the unit, or claims or expenses from a third party for any use.
  • Page 40: Preventing Accidentally Pressing A Button (Hold Function)

    Preventing accidentally pressing a button (hold function) When you put the unit in a bag or pocket, any movement may accidentally result in a button or switch being pressed and battery being consumed. To prevent this problem, we recommend that you turn on the hold function before putting the unit in a bag or pocket. Slide the POWER/HOLD switch to the HOLD position.
  • Page 41: Inserting/Removing A Microsd Card

    Inserting/removing a microSD card The unit uses a microSD card for recording and playback. Turn off the power. Turning off the power (page 36) Open the micro USB/microSD card slot cover. To insert a microSD card Insert a microSD card straight into the microSD card slot, following the direction indicated in the diagram, until it clicks firmly into position.
  • Page 42: Microsd Cards That Can Be Used On The Unit

    To remove the microSD card Slightly press the microSD card. The microSD card comes out slightly. Gently remove the card. • The microSD card may pop out to cause injury or to be lost somewhere. Therefore, use your fingers to hold the microSD card while gently removing it.
  • Page 43 Handling a microSD card The supplied microSD card contains a PDF version of the instruction manual and sample music. The files will be deleted if you format the microSD card. Be sure to back up the files to your PC before formatting. •...
  • Page 44: Where To Use The Unit (In Fm Radio Mode)

    Where to use the unit (in FM RADIO mode) To listen to FM radio, try to be near a window to allow easier radio reception. • Avoid using the unit far away from a window in a room or inside a building, because radio reception is difficult.
  • Page 45: Using The Multi-Cradle (Icr-Xps01Mf Only)

    Using the multi-cradle (ICR-XPS01MF only) If you insert the unit into the supplied multi-cradle, you can charge the unit or operate it using AC power. Also, you can output FM radio or audio files to the speakers of the multi-cradle. Placing the multi-cradle Connect the AC adapter to the multi-cradle, and then enable the multi-cradle so that it is ready to use.
  • Page 46: Setting The Unit To The Multi-Cradle

    Power button Turn on or off the power of the unit. Speakers Output sound from the unit. Original I/O terminal Connect it to the unit. Stand Insert to use. AC adapter terminal Connect the supplied AC adapter for multi- cradle to this terminal. Setting the unit to the multi-cradle Inserting the unit into the multi-cradle Turn off the power, and then insert the...
  • Page 47: Using The Multi-Cradle To Charge The Unit

    Removing the unit from the multi-cradle Press the power button of the multi- cradle. After “SEE YOU!” appears on the screen, the power of the unit turns off. • If the multi-cradle is connected to the AC adapter, the unit goes into the charging mode. Remove the unit from the multi-cradle.
  • Page 48: Using The Multi-Cradle To Record From An External Device

    Using the multi-cradle to record from an external device You can connect an external device to the external connection terminal of the multi-cradle, and then record from the external device. • You can use the speakers of the multi-cradle to monitor the sound in recording.
  • Page 49: Setting The Calendar (Date & Time)

    Setting the calendar (date & time) Once you set the calendar correctly, the correct recording date & time information is stored in each file (timestamp function). Also, because each file name makes use of the recording date & time information, we recommend that you set the calendar correctly. The following procedure describes how to set the calendar to “2010.DEC.20 24H 13:30”.
  • Page 50 Tap +/– to select “DATE & TIME”. The “DATE & TIME” screen appears. Set up the date and time. 24H/12H (AM/PM), hour, or minute. Tap +/– to change the value of the selected setting. The date and time are set and the unit returns to the “COMMON MENU”...
  • Page 51: Display

    Display Switching information display While the unit is stopping in the RECORD mode or MUSIC mode, pressing the STOP ( ) button displays the current time and file information. Pressing the button again returns to the original screen. (Example: In the case of MIC_A folder) Basic screen RECORD mode MUSIC mode...
  • Page 52: Recording

    Recording Information you want to know before recording About wind noise The unit comes with a high performance built-in microphone. Therefore, if wind or your own breath hits the microphone directly, the wind or breathing noise is also recorded. In this case, we recommend that you set the “LOW CUT FILTER” setting ( “ON”, and then start recording.
  • Page 53: About The External Recording Mode (External Input/Microphone)

    About the external recording mode (external input/microphone) Regarding the external input (line)/microphone socket on the unit, you can use the “EXT INPUT” menu to switch between “MIC” and “LINE” (HEAD PHONE, LINE IN:PORTABLE, LINE IN: COMPO). EXT INPUT(page 138) To use an external microphone From the “EXT INPUT”...
  • Page 54: Using The Scene Select Function

    Using the scene select function A recording scene contains recording settings (recording mode, microphone sensitivity, etc) which are suitable for this particular scene. You can select from the three preset microphone recording scenes and three preset line-in recording scenes. The settings for each recording scene are listed below.
  • Page 55 Settings for line-in recording Preset recording scene Use this setting when connecting to the headphones socket to perform recording. REC MODE MP3: 192kbps MIC SENS. HIGH MIC ALC MIC MODE STEREO LOW CUT PEAK LIMITER SELF TIMER EXT INPUT HEAD PHONE AUTO DIVIDE * Component Stereo System •...
  • Page 56: Selecting A Recording Scene

    Selecting a recording scene Turn on the power. Turning on the power (page 36) Switch to the RECORD mode. Switching operation mode/folder(page 31) Press the SCENE/GUIDE button ( The current recording scene appears. • When you bought the unit or when no recording scene is set, by default the recording scene is “INTERVIEW”.
  • Page 57 The selected recording scene is set and the unit returns to the basic screen. • The icon for the selected recording scene appears on the screen. None INTERVIEW MEETING/ LECTURE MUSIC HEADPHONE PORTABLE COMPO Recording scene icon Recording scene icon...
  • Page 58: Recording

    Recording This section describes how to use the built-in microphone for recording. If the “SCENE SELECT” setting is set to “MUSIC” or the “MIC ALC” setting is “OFF”, you can manually adjust the recording level according to the content of recording or the sound level. Turn on the power.
  • Page 59 Adjust the recording level (only if the “SCENE SELECT” setting is set to “MUSIC” or the “MIC ALC” setting is “OFF”). Use the following procedure to adjust the recording level. Press the REC button ( ). The recording standby screen appears. •...
  • Page 60 • In the range where the LED light does not come on quickly, try as much as possible to increase the recording level (level meters extending to the right) by tapping you can collect more sound. • If the LED light flashes quickly, tap slightly lower the recording level until the LED light goes off.
  • Page 61 Press the REC button ( ). The LED light comes on and recording starts. • During recording, do not touch or move the unit; otherwise any contact sound will be recorded. • During recording, you can press the REC button ( ) to pause, and then press it again to resume recording.
  • Page 62: Setting Recording Eq

    Setting recording EQ With the recording EQ function, you can record using your desired sound quality, such as by emphasizing the bass range or middle range. • Recording EQ can be set for microphone recording (using folders A to D). •...
  • Page 63: Selecting A Preset Recording Eq Mode

    Selecting a preset recording EQ mode Turn on the power. Turning on the power (page 36) Switch to the RECORD mode. Switching operation mode/folder (page 31) Change the “MIC ALC” setting to “OFF” or the “SCENE SELECT” setting to “MUSIC”. MIC ALC (page 134) Press the REC button ( ).
  • Page 64: Setting Your Favorite Recording Eq Mode (Only When User Is Selected)

    to select a recording EQ mode, and then tap The selected recording EQ is set and the “REC MENU” screen returns. You can select one of the seven preset recording EQ modes, or the user-defined USER mode. • If you select USER, see “Setting your favorite recording EQ mode (only when USER is selected)”...
  • Page 65 Tap –. The 150Hz frequency band is highlighted and selected. to select a frequency band you want to change. The selected frequency band is highlighted. • The following frequency bands are available: 150Hz, 500Hz, 1kHz, 4kHz, and 12kHz. Tap +/– to change the level of the selected frequency band.
  • Page 66 The “USER” setting is finished and the unit returns to the “REC MENU” screen. Tap MENU. The unit returns to the “STANDBY” screen. • During the operation, if you press the STOP button ( ) twice, the “STANDBY” screen returns. •...
  • Page 67: Recording From An External Device

    Recording from an external device Turn on the power. Turning on the power (page 36) Switch to the RECORD mode. Switching operation mode/folder (page 31) Use a commercially available stereo audio cable to connect the audio output terminal (headphones output/line output) of an external device to the external input (line)/ microphone socket of the unit.
  • Page 68: Using The Auto Divide Function

    Press the REC button ( ). • The “STANDBY” screen appears and the level meter extends to the left or right according to the input sound volume. When this screen appears, the actual recording has not started. Instead, you start playback on the external device, and then adjust its sound volume so that even when the volume of the sound you want to record increases to its maximum, the level...
  • Page 69 Turn on the power. Turning on the power (page 36) Switch to the RECORD mode. Switching operation mode/folder (page 31) Tap MENU. The menu appears. Tap +/– to select “ REC MENU”, and then The “REC MENU” screen appears. Tap +/– to select “AUTO DIVIDE”, and then tap The “AUTO DIVIDE”...
  • Page 70 Tap +/– to select “ON” or “OFF”, and then OFF: Do not set up auto divide. ON (Auto Stop): The auto divide function activates when no sound is detected for two seconds. When no sound is detected for more than two seconds, the unit pauses;...
  • Page 71: Playback

    Playback Playing a file Use the following procedure to play a music file or a file that you have recorded using the unit. Turn on the power. Turning on the power (page 36) Select the folder containing the file you want to play. A to D: Folders containing files recorded from the built-in microphone L: Folder containing files created from line-in recording.
  • Page 72 The basic screen returns and the file plays. • Depending on the file, the elapsed playing time and the actual elapsed time may be different. • Depending on the file, registered artist name, title name, etc. may not be displayed. •...
  • Page 73: To Fast Forward

    To fast forward During playback, if you tap and then hold Once fast forward starts, it will continue even if you remove your finger from the button. If you want to return to the normal playback speed, tap To rewind During playback, if you tap and then hold Once rewind starts, it will continue even if you remove your finger from the button.
  • Page 74: Playback Functions And Settings

    Playback functions and settings The unit provides many functions to enable effective language learning or playback of recorded meetings. For details, see the following pages. Function Fast playback/slow playback (page 76) Time search for playback (page 79) A-B repeat playback (page 78) Phrase playback (page 77)
  • Page 75 Function Effect Time skip During playback of a file, you can skip by the pre-determined amount of time. (page 73 and 141) Repeat mode You can specify how to repeat files. (page 140) You can select a desired sound quality for playback.
  • Page 76: Changing The Playback Speed

    Changing the playback speed When learning a language or musical instrument, you may want to slow down the playback speed. On the other hand, you may want to speed up the slow sections of a meeting. The unit allows you to adjust the playback speed as needed. The audio is digitally adjusted and is done automatically, and the musical interval does not change when you listen to it.
  • Page 77: Performing Phrase Playback

    The unit returns to the playback screen. • When you turn off the power, the unit returns to its normal playback speed. Performing phrase playback During playback, this function enables you to rewind by only the specified number of seconds. This is useful when you are listening to short phrases of music or just missed an important audio portion.
  • Page 78: Performing A-B Repeat Playback (Segment Repeat Playback)

    Performing A-B repeat playback (segment repeat playback) During playback, you can specify a segment of the file (point A to point B) and then play that segment continuously. Play the file you want to perform A-B repeat playback. Playing a file (page 71) Tap LIST at the position you want to start the segment for A-B repeat.
  • Page 79: Performing Time Search For Playback

    Performing time search for playback You can specify a position in a file for playback, using time. Turn on the power. While in the RECORD mode or MUSIC mode, tap MENU. • If you tapped MENU while the unit stopped, proceed to step .
  • Page 80: About Playback In The Music Mode

    The unit skips to the specified time position and the file plays again. • Time search playback applies only to the currently selected file. About playback in the MUSIC mode The MUSIC (M) folder stores MP3 and WMA files transferred from your PC, as well as WAV file recorded on the unit.
  • Page 81: Folder Skip Function

    Folder skip function While playing a file in the MUSIC mode, press the SCENE button ( The folder skip mode is active. to select a folder to play. Each tap skips to the first file of a folder. When you want to exit folder skip mode, tap the SCENE button ( •...
  • Page 82: Editing

    Editing Setting or erasing an index mark When you set an index mark at a desired position in a file, you can quickly skip to that position during playback. Skipping to the next/previous index mark (page 82) Setting an index mark •...
  • Page 83: Erasing Index Marks

    Erasing index marks Turn on the power. Turning on the power (page 36) Select the folder containing the desired file for erasing index marks. Switching operation mode/folder (page 31) Tap MENU. The menu appears. Tap +/– to select “ The “ERASE MENU” screen appears. Tap +/–...
  • Page 84 Tap +/– to select a file for erasing its index marks, and then tap to select “YES”. • If you want to cancel the operation, select “NO”. After “ERASING” appears, the index mark is erased and the unit returns to the basic screen. •...
  • Page 85: Dividing A File

    Dividing a file You can use this function to divide a file into two, thus allowing you to get rid of unneeded parts or extract only those that are needed. • Files stored in the MUSIC (M) folder and RECYCLE ( ) folder cannot be divided. •...
  • Page 86 Tap +/– to select “ then tap The “EDIT MENU” screen appears. Tap +/– to select “DIVIDE”, and then tap The “DIVIDE” screen appears. to select “YES”. • If you do not want to divide the file, select “NO” instead. The message on the screen changes from “DIVIDING”...
  • Page 87 How the file division function works and how file names are determined Example: Dividing the 001A_100101_0000.MP3 file Before file is divided After file is divided 001A_100101_0000.MP3 When you divide the file 001A_100101_0000.MP3, a new file 002A_100101_0000.MP3 is created. However, if a file with the same file number already exists in the folder, this file will give up its number to the new file created;...
  • Page 88: Using The Playlists (In Music Folder Only)

    Using the playlists (in MUSIC folder only) The unit provides five playlist files in the MUSIC (M) folder by default. You can edit the playlist files (MYLIST1.M3U to MYLIST5.M3U). This allows you to play your favorite songs in the MUSIC (M) folder in the desired order. •...
  • Page 89: Changing The Play Order Of Files In A Playlist

    Changing the play order of files in a playlist Use the following procedure to change the play order of files in a playlist. Select a playlist (P1 to P5) you want to use to change its playback order. Switching operation mode/folder (page 31) The selected playlist appears on the list screen.
  • Page 90: De-Registering A File From A Playlist (Mylist)

    De-registering a file from a playlist (MYLIST) Use the following procedure to de-register a file from a playlist. • De-registering a file from a playlist does not erase the actual file. Select a playlist (P1 to P5) you want to use to de-register a file. Switching operation mode/folder (page 31) The selected playlist appears on the list screen.
  • Page 91: De-Registering All Files From A Playlist (Mylist)

    De-registering all files from a playlist (MYLIST) Use the following procedure to de-register all files from a playlist. • De-registering a file from a playlist does not erase the actual file. Select a playlist (P1 to P5) you want to de-register all files from it. Switching operation mode/folder (page 31) The selected playlist appears on the list screen.
  • Page 92: Using Fm Radio

    Using FM radio Listening to FM radio You can use the unit to listen to FM radio. Turn on the power. Turning on the power (page 36) Plug the stereo earphones into the headphones socket. Switch to the FM RADIO mode. Switching operation mode/folder (page 31) to select an FM station you want to listen to.
  • Page 93 About radio reception • Because headphones also act as an antenna, be sure to plug the supplied stereo earphones into the headphones socket of the unit. Also, try as much as possible to straighten the cord of the stereo earphones during use. When using the multi-cradle, plug the stereo earphones into the headphones socket of the multi-cradle (ICR-XPS01MF only).
  • Page 94: About Selecting Fm Station

    About selecting FM station The unit allows you to select an FM station using one of the following methods. PRESET MODE In this mode, you can select from stations registered in advance using the auto preset function. AUTO PRESET (page 148) FREQUENCY MODE In this mode, you keep changing the frequency until you find an FM station you want to listen to.
  • Page 95: Selecting From Registered Stations (Preset Station Selection)

    Selecting from registered stations (preset station selection) Turn on the power. Turning on the power (page 36) Switch to the FM RADIO mode. Switching operation mode/folder (page 31) to switch to PRESET MODE. • Tapping repeatedly switches between PRESET MODE and FREQUENCY MODE. •...
  • Page 96: Manually Selecting A Station (Manual Tuning)

    Manually selecting a station (manual tuning) If there is a unregistered FM station you want to listen to, you can use this method to tune in to the station. Turn on the power. Turning on the power (page 36) Switch to the FM RADIO mode. Switching operation mode/folder (page 31) to switch to FREQUENCY MODE.
  • Page 97: Adding Or Deleting A Station

    Adding or deleting a station Adding a station When broadcast from an FM station is received, you can register the station to a desired channel (maximum 20 channels). Later, you can select the registered channel in PRESET MODE. Select a FM station you want to register. Selecting from registered stations (preset station selection) (page 95) Manually selecting a station (manual...
  • Page 98 “REGISTER” flashes and channels appear. to select a channel you want to use to register the station (channels 1 to 20). If you want to cancel the registration, press the STOP button ( ). • The station is registered to the channel. •...
  • Page 99: Deleting A Station

    Deleting a station In PRESET MODE, select a station you want to delete. Selecting from registered stations (preset station selection) (page 95) Tap LIST. The “EDIT PRESET” screen appears. Tap +/– to select “DELETE”. • If you want to cancel the operation, select “CANCEL”.
  • Page 100: Initializing Presets

    The selected station is deleted. The station following the deleted one is now received. (If the next station does not exist, then the unit returns to channel 1.) Initializing presets You can cancel added or removed registrations and other changes to the preset channel settings, and return them to their default conditions.
  • Page 101 to select “YES”. The preset channel settings are returned to their default conditions.
  • Page 102: Recording Fm Radio

    Recording FM radio This section describes how to record FM radio on the unit to a microSD card. Select a station you want to record. Selecting from registered stations (preset station selection) (page 95) Manually selecting a station (manual tuning) (page 96) Press REC button ( ).
  • Page 103: About The Recording Mode During Fm Radio Recording

    Press the STOP button ( ). The LED light goes off and recording stops. The FM reception screen then returns. About the recording mode during FM radio recording The sampling frequency automatically changes to avoid noise influence (to 32kHz, 44.1kHz, or 48kHz).
  • Page 104: Using The Timer

    Using the timer Setting up the timer You can set the timer to record, play file, or activate the beep sound at a designated time. Also, you can set it to receive FM radio or perform recording. The procedures to set timer recording and timer playback are slightly different.
  • Page 105: Timer Playback/Recording Common Settings

    Tap +/– to select “TIMER & ALARM”, and then tap The “TIMER & ALARM” screen appears. Tap +/– to select a setting, and then tap A screen for the selected setting appears. For information on how to change each setting, see pages 105 to 111.
  • Page 106 If repeat timer is set to “SELECT” Tap +/– or of week, and then tap • You can specify multiple days of week. • To clear a selection, tap Tap +/– or Timer start time to select hour or minute for the start time.
  • Page 107: Settings For Timer Playback

    Settings for timer playback What operation Tap +/– to select “PLAY”. What to play You can specify to give a beep sound, receive FM radio, or play a file at a time set by the timer. BEEP: Give a beep sound. FILE: Play the selected file.
  • Page 108 To play a file at a time set by the timer Tap +/– to select “FILE”, and then tap The list screen appears. Select a file to play. • Do not select any file from the playlist. Using the list screen (page 33) Proceed to “Completing timer setting”.
  • Page 109: Settings For Timer Recording

    Settings for timer recording What operation Tap +/– to select “REC”. Recording source Tap +/– to select “MIC” or “FM”. MIC: Use the built-in microphone of the unit to record. FM: Record FM radio. • If “FM” is selected, plug the stereo earphones into the headphones socket.
  • Page 110 Recording destination (only if the recording source is set to “MIC”) Tap +/– to select a folder for recordings. • Be sure to insert a microSD card into the unit in advance. • If the recording source is set to “FM”, the broadcast will be recorded to the FM folder.
  • Page 111: Completing Timer Setting

    Completing timer setting Tap +/– to select “OK”. Always be sure to select “OK” and confirm it. • The registered timer setting is confirmed, and the unit returns to the “ COMMON MENU” screen. Tap MENU. • The unit returns to the basic screen. If the timer setting is turned on, •...
  • Page 112: Using The Sleep Timer

    Using the sleep timer When you set up the sleep timer, the power automatically turns off after the specified time has elapsed. Turn on the power, and then tap MENU. The menu appears. Tap +/– to select “ COMMON MENU”, and then tap Tap +/–...
  • Page 113 to specify when to activate the sleep timer, and then tap You can set the time from 10 to 120 minutes, in 10-minute intervals. Setting it to 0 turns off the sleep timer. • After setting up the sleep timer, you can go back to the “SLEEP TIMER”...
  • Page 114: Erasing Files

    Erasing files About the recycle bin function If you turn on the recycle bin function, when you erase a file on the unit, it goes into the RECYCLE ( ) folder. Therefore, you can still recover the file from the RECYCLE ( ) folder later.
  • Page 115: About The Recycle Folder Display When The Recycle Bin Function Is Turned On

    About the RECYCLE folder display when the recycle bin function is turned on When there is no file About name of file when moved to the RECYCLE folder When a file is moved to the RECYCLE folder, its name is changed automatically. Example: A file 001A_100320_1200.MP3 in folder MIC_A is moved to the RECYCLE folder.
  • Page 116: Recovering A File From The Recycle Folder

    Recovering a file from the RECYCLE folder Select the RECYCLE ( ) folder. Switching operation mode/folder (page 31) Tap MENU. The menu appears. Tap +/– to select “ ERASE MENU”, and then tap “ERASE MENU” appears. Tap +/– to select “RESTORE FILE”, and then tap A list of files in the RECYCLE folder appears.
  • Page 117: Emptying The Recycle Folder

    to select “YES”, and then tap After “RESTORING FILE FROM RECYCLE BIN...” appears, it is followed by “RESTORED TO BOTTOM OF *”. (* indicates a folder name.) Tapping it again returns to the list display. • When a file is recovered from the RECYCLE folder, its file name changes and it is placed at the end of the folder.
  • Page 118: Erasing A File

    to select “YES”, and then tap “EMPTYING RECYCLE BIN...” appears and the RECYCLE folder is emptied. You can press the STOP button ( ) to confirm that the RECYCLE folder is empty. Erasing a file You can select a file in a folder and then erase it. •...
  • Page 119 Tap MENU. The menu appears. Tap +/– to select “ ERASE MENU”, and then tap The “ERASE MENU” screen appears. Tap +/– to select “FILE”, and then tap A list of files in the selected folder appears. Tap +/– to select a file you want to erase, and then tap...
  • Page 120: Erasing All Files In A Folder

    to select “YES”, and then tap • If you want to cancel the operation, select “NO”. If the recycle bin function is turned on “ERASING” is displayed, and then followed by “FILE WAS MOVED TO RECYCLE BIN”. The file is moved to the RECYCLE folder. Tapping it again returns to the list display.
  • Page 121 Tap MENU. The menu appears. Tap +/– to select “ then tap The “ERASE MENU” screen appears. Tap +/– to select “FOLDER”, and then tap A list of folders appears. Tap +/– to select a folder containing all files you want to erase, and then tap ERASE MENU”, and...
  • Page 122: Formatting A Microsd Card

    to select “YES”, and then tap • If you want to cancel the operation, select “NO”. If the recycle bin function is turned on “ERASING” is displayed, and then followed by “FILE WAS MOVED TO RECYCLE BIN”. The files are moved to the RECYCLE folder. Tapping it again returns to the list display.
  • Page 123 Tap +/– to select “ COMMON MENU”, and then tap The “COMMON MENU” screen appears. Tap +/– to select “FORMAT”, and then tap to select “YES”, and then tap “FORMATTING” is displayed, and then followed by “FORMATTING COMPLETE!”. All data on the microSD card is erased.
  • Page 124: About The Menus

    About the menus How to use the menus From the menu screen, you can change the settings of the unit and also use functions of the unit. This section describes the basics in using the menus. Example: Changing the recording mode Turn on the power, and then switch to the RECORD mode or MUSIC mode.
  • Page 125 Change the value of the setting. or +/– to select a value, and then tap Here, the value “MP3:192kbps” is selected. Tap MENU. The menu operation is finished. The setting has been changed.
  • Page 126: Menu List

    Menu list Menus available when the unit stops When the unit stops, tap MENU from the basic screen. 【Menu】  REC MENU * Values displayed in bold are default values (when the unit is shipped from the factory) 【Setting】 REC MODE PCM: 44.1kHz MP3: 320/192/128/64/32kbps HIGH/LOW...
  • Page 127 * Values displayed in bold are default values (when the unit is shipped from the factory) 【Menu】 TIME SEARCH REPEAT PHRASE PLAY  PLAY MENU TIME SKIP SOUND EQ AUTO PRESET OUTPUT  FM MENU STEREO/MONO  EDIT MENU DIVIDE FILE FOLDER  ERASE MENU INDEX RECYCLE BIN 【Setting】...
  • Page 128 【Menu】 COMMON MENU *1 You can adjust the sound volume only when the "BEEP SOUND" setting is "ON" . *2 When shipped, the unit is set to "2010.FEB.01 24H 00:00". * Values displayed in bold are default values(when the unit is shipped from the factory 【Setting】...
  • Page 129 【Menu】 LED NAV RECYCLE BIN FORMAT COMMON MENU INIT MENU ID3 LANGUAGE VERSION Playback menu During playback, tap MENU. 【Touch panel】 MENU * Values displayed in bold are default values (when the unit is shipped from the factory) 【Setting】 【Value】 OFF/ON OFF/ON NO/YES...
  • Page 130 RECYCLE folder menu While in the RECYCLE folder, select the “ERASE” menu. 【Touch panel】 MENU Playlist editing menu During list display within the playlist (MYLIST), tap MENU. 【Touch panel】 MENU “EDIT PRESET” menu In the FM RADIO mode, tap LIST. 【Touch panel】...
  • Page 131 Recording scene editing menu From the recording scene select screen, tap MENU. 【Touch panel】 MENU Recording standby menu During recording standby, tap MENU. 【 】 During microphone recording During line-in recording 【Setting】 REC MODE MIC SENS. MIC ALC MIC MODE LOW CUT PEAK LIMITER SELF TIMER...
  • Page 132: Using The Recording Menu ( Rec Menu)

    Using the recording menu ( REC MENU) REC MODE You can change the sound quality for microphone recording or line-in recording. This allows you to provide the best sound quality for the particular purpose. 44.1kHz 320kbps 192kbps 128kbps 64kbps 32kbps •...
  • Page 133: Mic Sens

    MIC SENS. You can change the microphone sensitivity according to the recording situation. Change the microphone sensitivity if you find recorded sound too small or too large. Microphone sensitivity HIGH: Select this value if recorded sound is too small. LOW: Select this value if recorded sound is too large.
  • Page 134: Mic Alc

    MIC ALC When recording meetings and talks, turn on the “MIC ALC” setting. When recording musical instruments or sound from the nature where you want to manually adjust the recording level, turn off this setting. “MIC ALC” setting A uniform recording level is maintained during recording by making loud sounds quieter and quiet sounds louder.
  • Page 135: Mic Mode

    MIC MODE The unit comes with a built-in omnidirectional stereo microphone. You can change the microphone mode to suit the recording scene. Microphone type Stereo wide function Feature Enable well-balanced recording by picking up sound from all directions Usage • Dictations •...
  • Page 136: Low Cut Filter

    LOW CUT FILTER The low cut filter reduces low frequency sound to enable you to obtain clear recording. This is helpful when you want to filter out unwanted sound, such as air conditioning, when recording a meeting. Low cut filter indicator OFF: Do not use low cut filter.
  • Page 137: Vas

    countdown begins. If the LED setting is “ON”, the LED light flashes. • If the recording scene select setting is MUSIC or ALC is “OFF”, the recording standby mode becomes active. After adjusting the recording level (page 59), press the REC button ( ) again. From the self timer standby screen, countdown for the specified time starts.
  • Page 138: Ext Input

    • When you turn on the “VAS” setting, its icon appears on the screen. • After you press the REC button ( ), the unit starts recording automatically when it detects sound. If it cannot detect sound, it pauses (recording standby); the elapsed time and the VAS indicator flash, and the unit pauses.
  • Page 139 HEAD PHONE: Connect to the headphones socket, etc of an external device. LINE IN:PORTABLE: Connect to the line-out terminal of a portable device LINE IN:COMPO* Connect to the line-out terminal of a CD combo, AV amplifier, etc. *1 Component Stereo System...
  • Page 140: Using The Playback Menu ( Play Menu)

    Using the playback menu ( PLAY MENU) REPEAT You can play files repeatedly (repeat playback). This means you can just play a file repeatedly, or repeat playing files in a folder either in sequence or randomly. OFF: Turn off playback repeat. ONE REPEAT: Repeat playback of the selected file.
  • Page 141: Phrase Play

    PHRASE PLAY This function allows you to rewind during playback by the specified number of seconds only. This is useful when you are listening to short phrases of music or you just missed an important part in the audio file. You can specify phrase playback time from 1 to 5 seconds, in 1-second intervals.
  • Page 142: Sound Eq

    SOUND EQ By setting the sound equalizer, you can enjoy music using your favorite sound quality. • The sound equalizer function is valid only during playback using stereo earphones. Selecting a sound equalizer mode The unit comes with six preset sound equalizer modes: FLAT, BASS, POP, ROCK, JAZZ, and CLEAR VOICE, plus a USER mode that you can use to set up a 5-band sound level.
  • Page 143 • The selected sound equalizer mode appears on the screen. Sound EQ mode Setting your favorite sound EQ mode (only when USER is selected) When you select USER as the sound EQ mode, you can customize this mode by changing each of the five bands of the sound EQ mode.
  • Page 144: Changing The Recording Scene Select Setting

    Changing the recording scene select setting The unit provides preset recording scenes that you can edit to your liking. The following table lists the recording scenes as well as the settings you can change. Settings for microphone recording Preset recording INTERVIEW scene REC MODE...
  • Page 145: Customizing A Recording Scene

    Customizing a recording scene You can customize the preset recording scenes. Changes made to a scene are saved. Turn on the power, and then switch to the RECORD mode or MUSIC mode. Turning on the power (page 36) Switching operation mode/ folder (page 31) Press the SCENE button ( The current recording scene appears.
  • Page 146 Change the value of the selected setting. The method is different depending on what is selected in step description of the methods, see the pages indicated below. REC MODE (page 132) MIC SENS. (page 133) MIC ALC (page 134) MIC MODE (page 135) LOW CUT FILTER (page 136) PEAK LIMITER (page 136) SELF TIMER (page 136)
  • Page 147: Restoring A Recording Scene To Its Default

    Restoring a recording scene to its default You can use the following procedure to restore (initialize) a recording scene to its default. Turn on the power, and then switch to the RECORD mode or MUSIC mode. Turning on the power (page 36) Switching operation mode/ folder (page 31) Press and hold the SCENE...
  • Page 148: Using The Fm Radio Menu ( Fm Setting)

    Using the FM radio menu ( FM setting) AUTO PRESET With this function, stations with strong signals that you can now hear on the unit are received and then preset. • By using the auto preset function, you can tap to select a preset station.
  • Page 149: Stereo/Mono

    SPEAKER: Broadcast is also output to the speakers even when your headphones are connected to the unit. • “SPEAKER” is only valid during FM radio reception. During file playback, if your headphones are connected to the unit, no sound is output to the speakers. STEREO/MONO When receiving FM radio, depending on the reception state, noise may make it difficult...
  • Page 150: Using The Common Menu ( Common Menu)

    Using the common menu ( COMMON MENU) BEEP SOUND You can use this setting to determine the kind of sound to hear when buttons are pressed. OFF: No sound accompanies the button operation. You hear only beep sound when buttons are pressed. •...
  • Page 151: Auto Power Off

    AUTO POWER OFF If you specify a time for this function, when the unit is not used for the specified time, the power turns off automatically (excluding recording, pause during VAS recording, as well as playback). This function helps you save battery when you forget to turn off the power.
  • Page 152: Led Nav

    LED NAV You can turn the operation navigation function ON/OFF to select whether to light the LEDs for only the buttons or touch panel operations that can be operated. OFF: Disable the operation navigation function. ON: Enable the operation navigation function.
  • Page 153: Version

    • If you select English, French, German or Spanish, you cannot register files with Russian file names in a playlist, and you cannot play back files registered in a playlist with Russian file names while Russian is selected. If you select Russian, you cannot register files with French, German or Spanish file names in a playlist, and you cannot play back files registered in a playlist with...
  • Page 154: Before Using The Unit With Your Pc

    Before using the unit with your PC Checking the operating environment Operating environment The unit works in the following PC environment. Hardware USB terminal Others About Windows Media Player Use the Windows Media Player appropriate for the OS of the PC, as follows: Windows Media Player 12 Windows Media Player 11 Windows Media Player 10...
  • Page 155 • If you use a computer where Windows is not installed (e.g. Macintosh), the operation will not be guaranteed. • Operation in the following environments is not guaranteed. - Upgraded from Windows OS - Windows 95, Windows NT, Windows 98, Windows 98SE, Windows ME, or Windows 2000 - Dual boot environment with Windows OS •...
  • Page 156: What Can You Do From Your Pc

    What can you do from your PC? You can perform the following operations from your PC. Backing up recorded files to your PC You can copy files recorded on the unit to your PC as backup. Restoring audio files from your PC You can restore audio files (backed up to your PC) to the unit.
  • Page 157: Connecting/Disconnecting Your Pc

    Connecting/disconnecting your PC Connecting your PC Connect the micro USB connection cable to the micro USB terminal of the unit. With the power turned off, connect the other end of the micro USB connection cable to your PC. • If a bus-powered USB hub or USB connection cable (not supplied cable) is used, the operation will not be guaranteed.
  • Page 158: Disconnecting Your Pc

    About the AutoPlay screen If you are running Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7 on your PC, the AutoPlay screen may appear. From the AutoPlay screen, select “Open folder to view files” and then click “OK”. Folders of the unit appear.
  • Page 159: Using Your Pc To Charge The Battery

    Using your PC to charge the battery You can connect the unit to your PC to charge the lithium-ion battery (supplied). Connecting to your PC Connect the unit to your PC. Connecting your PC (page 157) Make sure the screen indicates the unit is connected to your PC.
  • Page 160 When charging is finished, disconnect the unit from your PC. Disconnecting your PC (page 158) • You can also use the multi-cradle to charge the unit (ICR-XPS01MF only). Using the multi-cradle to charge the unit (page 47) • If the screen does not display a PC connection, disconnect the unit from your PC and then connect again.
  • Page 161: Viewing The Unit's Folders And Files From Your Pc

    Viewing the unit’s folders and files from your PC This manual uses the screen of a microSD card (already formatted by the unit) inserted in the unit for explanation. In this case, “XPS01” appears. Connect the unit to your PC. Connecting your PC (page 157) Open My Computer.
  • Page 162: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Check to see that the unit is correctly recognized by your PC. Windows 7, Windows Vista With the unit connected to your PC, perform the following operation. From the Start menu, right-click the Computer icon and then select Properties from the displayed menu, and then open the System screen.
  • Page 163: If Device Manager Does Not Display The Information Correctly

    If Device Manager does not display the information correctly Perform the following procedure. Close all applications that are still running. Unplug all other USB devices (excluding correctly functioning mouse/keyboard) and connect only the unit to your PC. If there are multiple USB terminals on your PC (e.g. on the front or back), try to use another USB terminal to connect the unit to your PC.
  • Page 164: Additional Information

    Additional information Error messages Error messages may appear during operation of the unit. The following table describes the error messages. State of the unit Error message (function) Battery is low LOW BATTERY PLS CHARGE THE BATTERY Playback VARIABLE SPEED PLAYBACK NOT AVAILABLE Recording MEMORY FULL...
  • Page 165 State of the unit Error message (function) Editing (dividing file) CAN’T CREATE ANYMORE FILES IN THIS FOLDER CAN’T DIVIDE! MEMORY FULL CAN’T DIVIDE! REC TIME TOO SHORT CAN’T DIVIDE FILE AT THIS POSITION Editing (general) CAN’T EDIT IN MUSIC FOLDER List display NO DATA RECYCLE folder...
  • Page 166 State of the unit Error message (function) microSD card- CAN’T IDENTIFY related microSD CARD! WRITING SPEED OF FM radio SELECT & DELETE Playlist editing PLAYLIST FULL YOU CAN ONLY EDIT CAN’T SELECT PLAYLIST FILE PLAYBACK OF PLAYLIST FILE FOLDER SKIP NOT POSSIBLE This error message appears when the unit cannot recognize the inserted...
  • Page 167 State of the unit Error message (function) Playlist editing UPDATING FILE NAME ALL mode FILE IS OUTSIDE PLAY RANGE OF ALL SONG MODE. CAN’T BE SELECTED (MAX 3000 SONGS) CAN’T MAKE SONG LIST DUE TO NO FREE SPACE. PLS DELETE UNWANTED FILES CAN’T MAKE...
  • Page 168: Before Contacting Your Local Dealer

    Before contacting your local dealer Try the following solutions. If the problem still persists, contact your local dealer for assistance. The unit does not start. Cause Battery is not inserted properly or is low. Solution Check to make sure the battery is inserted correctly. Remove the battery completely and then insert it back into the unit again, or charge the battery.
  • Page 169 A file in the MIC_A to MIC_D, LINE, FM or RECYCLE folder cannot be played. Cause The name of the file has been changed. Solution If you have used your PC to change the name of a file in one of the folders mentioned, the file can no longer be played after it is returned to its original folder.
  • Page 170 You cannot divide a file. Cause There is not enough free space on the microSD card. Solution Erase unwanted files. See “Erasing a file” on page 118. Cause The recording length of the file is too short. Solution Use a file with longer recording length. More than 2 seconds for PCM44.1, MP3:320, and MP3:192.
  • Page 171 XPS01M is not displayed when the unit is connected to your PC. Cause The unit is not correctly connected to your PC. Solution Check that the micro USB connection cable is used to correctly connect the unit to your PC. If necessary, do the connection again. See “Connecting your PC”...
  • Page 172 When the unit is connected to your PC, the connection icon does not appear on the unit’s screen. Solution Depending on the PC, the PC may not recognize the unit, or the connection icon may not appear on the unit’s screen. If this happens, disconnect the unit from the PC and then connect again.
  • Page 173 You hear noise while recording. Cause The recording mode or microphone sensitivity (for microphone recording) is not appropriate. Solution Change the “REC MODE” setting or “MIC SENS.” setting to obtain the most appropriate recording environment, and then try to record again. See “REC MODE”...
  • Page 174: Frequently Asked Questions

    Frequently asked questions Q: Why do I hear rustling noise in audio recorded from the microphone? A: During microphone recording, if you move the unit or if the hand (or fingers) holding the unit moves, that noise is also recorded. Therefore, during microphone recording, try to avoid moving the unit. Q: How can I save recordings to a tape or MD? A: Use an audio cable to connect the headphones socket on the unit to the external input socket on the external recording device (tape/MD recorder).
  • Page 175: Cleaning

    Cleaning Use a soft cloth to wipe or polish the unit. • Do not use benzene, alcohol, or thinner, because they will damage or discolor the finish of the surfaces. Also, do not apply any pesticide to the unit. About rising temperature of the unit If you use the unit for a long time, its temperature may rise.
  • Page 176: Main Speciļ¬cations

    Main specifications Digital Sound Recorder main unit specification Supported OS Supplied microSD card Supported media Recording mode and possible recording time (microSD card/microSDHC card) Recording frequency (During external microphone recording) : Windows 7/Windows Vista/Windows XP : 2GB : microSD card, microSDHC card Recording mode PCM44.1kHz...
  • Page 177 (During built-in microphone recording) Format Playback format Playback frequency Sampling frequency Playback bitrate Radio reception frequency Input/output sockets Operating temperature Rated output (headphones) (Speakers) Power source Charging time Battery duration (Recording time) (Radio recording time) (Recording environment) : 60 to 20,000Hz (for PCM recording) * The frequency upper limit of MP3 recording follows each recording mode of external microphone recording.
  • Page 178 (Playback time/earphones) (Playback time/speakers) (Playback time/speakers on multi-cradle driven by lithium- ion battery in the unit) (Radio reception/earphones) (Playback environment) Maximum dimensions Weight : [MP3] 32kbps Mono mode [MP3] 64kbps Stereo mode [PCM] 44.1kHz 16bit : [MP3] 32kbps Mono mode [MP3] 64kbps Stereo mode [PCM] 44.1kHz 16bit : [MP3] 32kbps Mono mode...
  • Page 179: Supplied Cradle Active Speaker Speciļ¬cation (Icr-Xps01Mf Only)

    Accessories Supplied Cradle Active Speaker specification (ICR-XPS01MF ONLY) (Model: ASX-SP00X) Maximum dimension Weight Input/output sockets Output Speakers Power Supplied lithium-ion battery specification (Model: DB-L80) Voltage Capacity Operating environment Maximum dimensions Weight * Specifications and external appearance subject to change without notice : Stereo earphones microUSB cable (micro USB connection cable) Li-ion battery pack...
  • Page 180: Index

    Index A-B repeat ………………78 AC operation mode ……38 (Auto Level Control) … 134 AUTO DIVIDE …………68 Auto Level Control … 134 AUTO POWER OFF AUTO PRESET……… 148 AUTO SCAN ……………94 BACKLIGHT ………… 151 Basic screen ……………26 Battery indicator ………37 BEEP SOUND ……… 150 Calendar settings ………49 Change playback speed …………………………76...
  • Page 181 Save audio ………… 156 PEAK LIMITER……… 136 PHRASE PLAY ……… 141 Phrase playback ………77 PLAY MENU ………… 140 Playback ………………71 Playback speed ………76 Playlist function…………88 Possible recording time ………………… 52, 176 PRESET ………………97 Preset station selection 94 REC MENU ………… 132 REC MODE …………...
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